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We found the Bush Chalet to be a bit depressing and in need of upgrading. The lighting in particular was morbid.
But Etosha is for game viewing and the water hole was amazing for what it produced. My wife and daughter saw 16 elephants -...More
We were given a nice large site for our roof top tent trailer. Ablutions cleaned daily. The ladies showers had blocked drains. Smelt aweful. I did report it on the Saturday morning. The 'sweat lady' at reception picked up her 2 way radio to 'speak'...More
Here in the National Park they charge you for WiFi and they Close the reception already at 7 pm ??
How comes a reception close and is NOT open 24/7 open again at 7 am
Here you follow the animal meaning you arrival after sunset...More
Stayed for two nights, during a large bushfire which no-one mentioned for the entire time we were there - obviously a fairly common ocurrence! This must have had some effect on the wildlife, as the fire passed quite close to the waterhole and the perimeter...More
I love camping and small lodges. If you like the small five ones too, you will find them too. Yes, area is a bit outdated, for sure the camp is in the middle of Etosha park and there remains good for a stopover.
Thank Mathias M
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